Portrait of the Dancer Anita Berber  Year: 1925, Otto Dix, German Expressionist

"The Dancer Anita Berber", Otto Dix, 1925 - Museum of Camp: Anita Berber

Otto Dix,detail of #hands  "Portrait of the Lawyer Hugo Simons", 1929

Otto Dix, detail of hands "Portrait of the Lawyer Hugo Simons", 1929 Tempera and oil on wood . Montreal Museum of Fine Arts? Simons escaped Germany just in time.

Mom is going to paint this! I like it!

Pinturas de Otto Dix!

Otto Dix, “Portrait of the Journalist Sylvia von Harden,” 1926 “I’m not that obsessed with making representations of ugliness. Everything I’ve seen is beautiful.“ - Otto Dix Otto Dix was born on this.

Otto Dix - Sturmtruppe geht unter Gas vor 1924

Otto Dix: La representación del Horror

Otto Dix 'Sturmtruppe geht unter Gas vor [Stormtroops advancing under gas]' 1924 etching, aquatint, drypoint Collection of the National Gallery of Australia,

SINS, 1933


Otto Dix, Die sieben Todsünden (The Seven Deadly Sins), 1933

 Otto Dix, Woman with Red Hair, 1931.............very interesting...

1931 Otto Dix (German Expressionist painter, Woman with Red Hair - Pictify - your social art network

Dix was profoundly affected by the sights of the war, and would later describe a recurring nightmare in which he crawled through destroyed houses. He represented his traumatic experiences in many subsequent works, including a portfolio of fifty etchings called War, published in 1924.

Otto Dix, Invalides de guerre jouant aux cartes, Un "art dégénéré" ?

Otto Dix, Modern Dancers, 1922

Otto Dix, Modern Dancers, 1922 - German - started the movement called The New Objectivity. This was stilled considered Degenerate work under the Nazis.